Addressing Executive Compensation &
Benefit Challenges: Effective Use of
September 27, 2022
12:00 – 1:15 pm CDT
Erik Speed & Bryn Mercado
Mullin Barens Sanford Financial
During our September program we will discuss the both the fundamentals of a deferred compensation plan (DCP) and explore how they can be designed as a tool to overcome the challenges posed by the “Great Resignation."
What is a nonqualified deferred compensation plan?
What are the benefits to the employer?
What are the benefits to an employee?
What are the basic rules governing?
Best practice plan design considerations & trends
Advanced uses of NQDCPs
Erik Speed is an Associate Principal at Mullin Barens Sanford Financial (MBS Financial). MBS Financial is an independent financial consulting firm focused solely on nonqualified deferred compensation plans, executive benefits and associated funding strategies. Erik has more than 25 years of experience helping companies design, fund and manage innovative and accessible retirement and executive benefit programs.
Erik spent 20 years with Prudential prior to joining MBS and has held consulting positions with Willis Towers Watson and BNY Mellon. Erik graduated from Cornell University and received his MBA from the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business.
Bryn Mercado is a consultant with MBS. A graduate of Westmont College in Santa Barbara, CA, Bryn has focused on expanding market awareness of nonqualified deferred compensation plans and helping companies craft intentional and compelling plans to meet executives’ needs.
This is a virtual event - virtual meeting details provided to registered participants
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